Last reply 1 week ago
Holiday

I’m from the UK, I’m going on a 3 day trip to Amsterdam or Paris in April. I’m on Fimgolimod (glenya) I’m not getting insurance for 3 days. Do you think I will be ok taking my tablets? Thanks in advance x

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kaner10
1 week ago

Stacey I have been on Gilenya for a few years, I’ve never had a problem bringing my tablets or any other medication away. When I was on rebif injections the meds had to be kept cool so I carried a letter from the doctors. Make sure you bring your Gilenya in your hand luggage, you don’t want it getting lost


rebeccar07
1 week ago

Hey. To cover myself when I went to Turkey I got a letter off my MS nurse just in case. They are a massive help. Just call them and they will get a letter to you in the post xx


stumbler
1 week ago

@stacey , the letter, mentioned above, is a useful piece of documentation.

If you’re foregoing travel insurance, make sure your EU cover is up to date :-

https://www.gov.uk/european-health-insurance-card

This cover does expire so make sure yours is OK.


dominics
1 week ago

@stacey – I used to travel with a full set of injections. Looked like a druggie par-excellence! I had a letter from my treatment team explaining it.

Pills – I wouldn’t wop0rry at all. You are only going to Europe for a few days. The drug is also licensed there so you don’t have contraband and there is no reason to query it.

Overall – travelling with a diagnosis letter that they can – should they wish – follow-up on is likely to set your mind at ease.

Ensure you have – assuming we are still in the EU – your E111 card.


dominics
1 week ago

PS: Your profile says you are on Copaxone. I guess you have changed drugs now.

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